Select Physical Therapy

At Select Physical Therapy, our experienced clinical team will design an individualized plan of care that aligns with your specific goals in mind.

Through experience, advanced clinical training and clear communication with our patients, our therapy team will give you the advantage in recovery.We are proud to be part of the community and are committed to providing each patient with an exceptional experience that promotes healing and recovery in a safe, compassionate environment. Call or request an appointment and experience the power of physical therapy today.

Operating as usual

11/19/2021

Looking for new ways to avoid falls and stay safe? Check out this video to see Katherine Saia, O.T., show you how in our Moment of Movement!

11/18/2021

Basketball season is underway! Select Physical Therapy is proud to partner with UConn Huskies, Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, Pensacola State College Athletics, Drake Athletics, Grand View Vikings and more to provide physical therapy services during the 2021-22 campaign. #proudpartner

11/18/2021

Congratulations to the North Carolina Courage's Merritt Mathias on this tremendous honor! #proudpartner

Our Select Physical Therapy Comeback Player of the Year is Merritt Mathias!

“This year, like any recovery process, was not linear but filled with many ups and downs. ... I am grateful to have made it through my season back in one healthy and whole piece."

📰: bit.ly/3oFrkou

Female Athlete Triad 11/17/2021

Female Athlete Triad

Did you know that many girls who participate in sports are at risk for an issue called the female athlete triad? This triad consists of three conditions – disordered eating, amenorrhea and osteoporosis – and is treated by a comprehensive care team, including physical therapists. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/L3Ul50GP6wB

Female Athlete Triad Typically, people who participate in sports are known to be healthier and less likely to partake in outside negative distractions compared to people who do not play sports. However, for some adolescent girls, when they only focus on the sport and not their bodies, consequences can arise.

11/15/2021

A big shout out to North Carolina FC’s Nazmi Albadawi! #proudpartner

Our Select Physical Therapy Comeback Player of the Year is Nazmi Albadawi!

“Naz’s character, leadership, and dedication were on full display for our team and club this year. He remained an unbelievable presence in the locker room for our young team...”

📰: bit.ly/3HraiTG

Timeline Photos 11/12/2021

Last week, members of our East Tennessee facility, along with many patients, took part in the eighth annual Women's Expo and Craft Fair. Attendees participated in women's topic discussions, fashion shows, self-improvement demonstrations, devotion time and more.

Last week, members of our East Tennessee facility, along with many patients, took part in the eighth annual Women's Expo and Craft Fair. Attendees participated in women's topic discussions, fashion shows, self-improvement demonstrations, devotion time and more.

Timeline Photos 11/11/2021

On Veterans Day, we take time to honor the men and women across our company who have served this country. Thank you! #VeteransDay

On Veterans Day, we take time to honor the men and women across our company who have served this country. Thank you! #VeteransDay

Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 11/11/2021

The hard work is paying off! We have officially opened a new center in Fairfax Station, our 43rd in Virginia. Please join us in congratulating Alice Hernandez, center support specialist, Richard Winston, patient service specialist, and Rob Droter, P.T., market manager (pictured). They put a lot of time and energy into making the opening a success.

Timeline Photos 11/10/2021

8 Tips for Taking Care of the Caregiver

1. Seek support. Hospitals, social services agencies, and community and religious organizations typically offer a wide range of programs and resources, including local support groups, meal programs, transportation and other assistance that can help ease the burden of care.

2. Get connected. There are many online groups and mobile apps that help connect people dealing with similar circumstances and provide additional resources, strategies and support.

3. Keep in touch. It’s important to maintain relationships with family, friends, colleagues and others in your community. A friendly phone call, shared joke or brief text message can go a long way to lifting your spirits.

4. Ask for help. Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for assistance. Family, friends and others are often willing to help and just waiting to be asked.

5. Exercise and eat well. If you can’t get to the gym, walk, practice yoga or exercise to a DVD or mobile app to help reduce stress, improve health and feel more energized. And be sure to follow a healthy diet. All too often, caregivers fail to eat properly, leading to weight gain or loss, higher cholesterol levels and other problems.

6. Get some rest. Lack of sleep can result in serious physical, psychological and cognitive issues – from falls to forgetfulness. Give your body the time it needs to rest and re-charge.

7. Create some “me” time. Don’t overlook your own needs and interests. Schedule a haircut, meet a friend or simply take set aside time for activities you enjoy, such as reading, crafts or gardening.

8. Be patient with yourself. Being a caregiver is an enormous responsibility. Over time, you will learn to manage this role and figure out what works for you, your loved one and your family. Ultimately, you will understand the reward that comes from doing the best you can to help an important person in your life.

8 Tips for Taking Care of the Caregiver

1. Seek support. Hospitals, social services agencies, and community and religious organizations typically offer a wide range of programs and resources, including local support groups, meal programs, transportation and other assistance that can help ease the burden of care.

2. Get connected. There are many online groups and mobile apps that help connect people dealing with similar circumstances and provide additional resources, strategies and support.

3. Keep in touch. It’s important to maintain relationships with family, friends, colleagues and others in your community. A friendly phone call, shared joke or brief text message can go a long way to lifting your spirits.

4. Ask for help. Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for assistance. Family, friends and others are often willing to help and just waiting to be asked.

5. Exercise and eat well. If you can’t get to the gym, walk, practice yoga or exercise to a DVD or mobile app to help reduce stress, improve health and feel more energized. And be sure to follow a healthy diet. All too often, caregivers fail to eat properly, leading to weight gain or loss, higher cholesterol levels and other problems.

6. Get some rest. Lack of sleep can result in serious physical, psychological and cognitive issues – from falls to forgetfulness. Give your body the time it needs to rest and re-charge.

7. Create some “me” time. Don’t overlook your own needs and interests. Schedule a haircut, meet a friend or simply take set aside time for activities you enjoy, such as reading, crafts or gardening.

8. Be patient with yourself. Being a caregiver is an enormous responsibility. Over time, you will learn to manage this role and figure out what works for you, your loved one and your family. Ultimately, you will understand the reward that comes from doing the best you can to help an important person in your life.

Timeline Photos 11/09/2021

Are you interested in learning more about arthritis pain prevention and treatment? Sign up for the Live Yes! Arthritis Program's virtual discussion on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Learn about pain prevention and treatment, and get tips, as well as information about pain management resources. Hosting the event will be Select Physical Therapy's Farrah Haley, P.T., market manager. Click the link below to sign up.

http://ow.ly/uyi050GEI3O

Are you interested in learning more about arthritis pain prevention and treatment? Sign up for the Live Yes! Arthritis Program's virtual discussion on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Learn about pain prevention and treatment, and get tips, as well as information about pain management resources. Hosting the event will be Select Physical Therapy's Farrah Haley, P.T., market manager. Click the link below to sign up.

http://ow.ly/uyi050GEI3O

Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 11/07/2021

We've got a great matchup in Philadelphia today! The Eagles host the Chargers in a family of brands showdown. Our NovaCare/Select PT brands are rivals today!

How about a little friendly wager?

If the Chargers win, the Eagles send Pat's Cheesesteaks to Los Angeles. If the Eagles win, the Chargers send Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles to Philly.

Good luck to both teams!

Philadelphia Eagles
Los Angeles Chargers
#GoBirds
#BoltUp
#ProudPartner

Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 11/05/2021

Tim Dalton, MSPT, DPT, of our Clayton, N.C. center, recently awarded Emmett Allen, Jr. (left) his Coin Program certificate upon successful completion of his physical therapy program. Following back surgery, Emmett came to us with limited mobility. Unable to be transfer onto the treatment table, Tim modified Emmett’s care plan to allow him to sit on a TheraBall while having his back massaged or perform various exercises. Once Emmett’s strength and core stability improved, he was able to tolerate activities on the table and progress through his treatment.

After a lot of hard work, Emmett has had an amazing transformation and is now back to enjoying his favorite hobby – hunting.

Thank you, Emmett, for your service. We’re so proud to have helped you on your road to recovery.

Also receiving his Coin Program certificate was 16-year Army veteran, James Lucas, Jr. (right). James was treated at our facility for a cervical radiculopathy and osteoarthritis. With a little bit of cervical traction, soft tissue mobilization, therapeutic activities, and other exercises, James walked out of the office pain free for the first time in years.

James was a member of the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg and spent 16 years in the Army while also serving in the Army National Guard.

Thank you, James., for your service, hard work and dedication. Congrats to you, solider!

Timeline Photos 11/05/2021

Daylight savings time (DST) ends for most U.S. states on Sunday, November 7 at 2 a.m. While we can look forward to gaining an hour of sleep, it also means it gets dark earlier. Here are some reminders on how to safely fall back as we prepare for the months ahead.

• If you bike, run or walk in the evening, always wear light-colored or reflective clothing so you are easily visible to drivers. Consider carrying a flashlight or using a headlamp for extra visibility. Don’t forget a reflective collar and leash for your pets, too!

• Wet leaves on sidewalks and roads can be hazardous to both pedestrians and drivers. Use caution when walking, running or driving at night to avoid slipping or skidding on wet leaves.

• Children (and pets) often love to play in piles of leaves, so use extra caution when you see leaves piled at the curb – and never drive through them.

• Get ready for sunrises and sunsets -- glare from both can be blinding. Keep a pair of sunglasses in your car and don’t hesitate to pull over if needed.

• When you change your clocks, also check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and replace them, if necessary.

Daylight savings time (DST) ends for most U.S. states on Sunday, November 7 at 2 a.m. While we can look forward to gaining an hour of sleep, it also means it gets dark earlier. Here are some reminders on how to safely fall back as we prepare for the months ahead.

• If you bike, run or walk in the evening, always wear light-colored or reflective clothing so you are easily visible to drivers. Consider carrying a flashlight or using a headlamp for extra visibility. Don’t forget a reflective collar and leash for your pets, too!

• Wet leaves on sidewalks and roads can be hazardous to both pedestrians and drivers. Use caution when walking, running or driving at night to avoid slipping or skidding on wet leaves.

• Children (and pets) often love to play in piles of leaves, so use extra caution when you see leaves piled at the curb – and never drive through them.

• Get ready for sunrises and sunsets -- glare from both can be blinding. Keep a pair of sunglasses in your car and don’t hesitate to pull over if needed.

• When you change your clocks, also check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and replace them, if necessary.

Timeline Photos 11/04/2021

Dr. Warren Downs, emergency medicine specialist in Hermitage, Tenn., who has more than 24 years of experience in the medical field, chose Select Physical Therapy's Hendersonville center as his therapy provider after knee surgery. Cristi Rumsey, physical therapist and center manager, worked diligently with Dr. Downs to provide a customized plan of care to help him heal, regain strength and get back to his active lifestyle.

Upon completing therapy with us, Dr. Downs competed in an Ironman Challenge. He placed in the top 25% in his age group and beat his previous time. When asked about the care he received, Dr. Downs shared, “I was very happy with my progress at Select Physical Therapy. Cristi was a winner! I was able to shave an hour and 20 minutes off my previous time even after knee surgery.”

Cristi shared that Dr. Downs was a pleasure to work with and it’s wonderful to see a patient not only return to their prior physical condition, but improve as well.

Dr. Warren Downs, emergency medicine specialist in Hermitage, Tenn., who has more than 24 years of experience in the medical field, chose Select Physical Therapy's Hendersonville center as his therapy provider after knee surgery. Cristi Rumsey, physical therapist and center manager, worked diligently with Dr. Downs to provide a customized plan of care to help him heal, regain strength and get back to his active lifestyle.

Upon completing therapy with us, Dr. Downs competed in an Ironman Challenge. He placed in the top 25% in his age group and beat his previous time. When asked about the care he received, Dr. Downs shared, “I was very happy with my progress at Select Physical Therapy. Cristi was a winner! I was able to shave an hour and 20 minutes off my previous time even after knee surgery.”

Cristi shared that Dr. Downs was a pleasure to work with and it’s wonderful to see a patient not only return to their prior physical condition, but improve as well.

Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 11/03/2021

Late last month, Select Physical Therapy's South Nashville location virtually hosted the Arthritis Foundation of Tennessee’s Annual Bone Bash. The Arthritis Foundation is committed to fighting against and advocating for arthritis research, cure and treatment.

Our team, Arthritis Foundation executive director, Lauren Clanton, Arthritis Foundation board members, chair and co-chair, Sara and Iris Hanai, and this year’s honorees and ambassadors enjoyed socializing, bidding on auction items and meeting the donors and attendees.

11/02/2021

With fall sports in full swing and winter sports on the horizon, stay up-to-date on common misperceptions and ways to identify a concussion with this video featuring our Melissa Bloom, P.T., DPT, NCS, national coordinator of concussion rehabilitation.

Select Stories | Tanner 11/01/2021

Select Stories | Tanner

When he was 12 years old, Tanner Habecker suffered a concussion while playing football. His road to recovery has been challenging over the last four and a half years, but thanks to NovaCare Rehabilitation’s DJ Johnson, DPT, and our comprehensive concussion rehabilitation program, Tanner has improved immensely and is getting back to doing things he loves.
Watch Tanner’s journey below as part of our Select Stories. Select Physical Therapy and NovaCare are part of the Select Medical Outpatient Division family of brands.

http://ow.ly/zS7j50GCkaJ

Select Stories | Tanner

10/31/2021

We came, we saw and we celebrated National Physical Therapy Month. Join us as our team across the country "waves" October goodbye. #choosept #NPTM2021

Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 10/30/2021

Many of our centers throughout the country took time today to show off their Halloween spirit. Check out the gallery to see some spooky decorations and fun costumes. Thanks to our team members, representing our family of brands, for joining in the fun. We hope you have a fun, safe and bootiful Halloween.

Physical therapy for knee osteoarthritis 10/29/2021

Physical therapy for knee osteoarthritis

As National Physical Therapy Month comes to close, let’s take a closer look at a condition that affects nearly 14 million adults in the United States per year – knee osteoarthritis. If you or a loved one suffers from knee pain, swelling, stiffness and limited range of motion, physical therapy can help to prepare your body for surgery and successful recovery or avoid the need for surgery altogether. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/trkv50GAtZx

Physical therapy for knee osteoarthritis Physical therapy emphasizes a more holistic approach to treating osteoarthritis with emphasis on education, pain management and strength and conditioning.

Mobile Uploads 10/28/2021

We’re proud to be the exclusive provider of physical therapy and athletic training for the Kansas City Comets, who recently celebrated their 40-year anniversary.

40 years ago today, October 27, 1981:

Since we're celebrating the 40th anniversary of indoor soccer in Kansas City this year, it's worth emphasizing the impact of this night--14,080 fans to a match ON A TUESDAY NIGHT in a sport that had never been played in KC before!

By way of comparison, the NBA’s Kansas City (and/or) Omaha Kings only drew 8,231 fans to their first game at Kemper just seven years earlier vs. the Boston Celtics. The game featured future Hall of Famers John Havlicek, Dave Cowens, Paul Westphal and Jo Jo White.

The Comets would go on to be one of the major reasons the Kings packed up and moved to Sacramento in 1985. ☄️- “The Professor” Brian Holland

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Ashburn, VA
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